[“Marugoto Nippon” @Asakusa / Tokyo]

A flashback into vivid culture of Edo era.

Since Asakusa is a flashback into vivid culture of Edo era, “Marugoto Nippon” (a shopping mall) gives visitors and even Japanese the charms of all areas of Japan, in the form of local cuisines and delicate crafts.

The facility is made up of 4 floors with a total of 50 stores.
The first floor offers regional delicacies, both farm and organic, shipped directly from the producers.
The second floor demonstrates daily items made with traditional craftmanship, which may astonishes you to some point for its creativity and uniquity.
The third floor features good products that are less-known in various regions of Japan. And wait, don’t leave yet, since all best restaurants are placed in fourth floor!

Nothing is compared to first-hand experience. So not only reading our review, but actually go there, and take home some of the most Japanese allures!

[Information] “Marugoto Nippon”
1F・2F 10:00~20:00
3F 10:00~21:00
4F 11:00~23:00
2-6-7 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
1-min. walk from Tsukuba Express “Asakusa Station”.
7-min. walk from Tobu Skytree Line “Asakusa Station”.
8-min. walk from Tokyo Metro Ginza Line / Toei Asakusa Line “Asakusa Station”.

"Marugoto Nippon"  Regional delicacies Daily items made with traditional craftmanship.